Psychological research shows that more and more people between the ages of 25 and 30 are going through a quarter-life crisis. How does it manifest itself?
It turns out that the crisis of age can meet not only people over 50. A growing phenomenon is the crisis of young age, which affects people around 25-30 years old. Psychological research carried out in Great Britain shows that as many as 6 out of 10 young people feel an inner crisis and have difficulties in dealing with the surrounding world
Youth crisis is characterized by a sense of lack of fulfillment, constant depression, feeling of monotony, questioning of previous life choices and reevaluation of goals
It is pointed out that possible reasons for the crisis in young people include: life on the borderline between fledgling democracies and the technologically developed world, enormous opportunities, pressure from society, and difficulties with making choices, problems with sense of identity and defining one’s own values. Young people often find it difficult to decide what profession they want to pursue, whether they want to enter into serious relationships, start a family, or lead a life of singles
Psychologist Dr Oliver Robinson, who has carried out research on young Britons, says there are always two sides to a crisis – it’s a stressful, depressing and frightening time, but it’s also an experience that can open up and develop the mind